Montville Misty View Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... challenge What is your life motto: it's ok to sit on the couch. What's one thing you are really good at: rolling my eyes What's one thing you wish you were really good at: singing What's one thing you do not understand: 3/4 pants. And polo shirts for women. And bike pants on anyone. And polyester. And vinyl. Oh, I could go on and on. Who is a mentor/idol and why: I am:). I can teach you to be shallow and selfish :) What are you most proud of: jumping into a ...
... wandered around the city. At 3 it was time to really say goodbye to Kyriakos, who had made my time in Brisbane truly amazing and who I certainly hope to meet again. I will never forget the nice conversations, the verranda, the lovely housemates and the beautiful city. Later, my familymember Pete picked me up to go to his house to spend the night there. First we went to his friends' house to pick up two cute sausage dogs. At first I thought he ment we were going to pick up some ...
Today we decided to finish the Art Gallery Tour that we had started last Wednesday.
First we needed to get our internet update. I had not updated my email since Friday morning. I wanted to download my Globe and wish Sarah a happy birthday. We drove to the centre of town but could not find a parking spot. So we decided to try McDonalds for their free wifi. We ordered 2 smoothies only to find out ...
... starving! After a quick shop to get supplies for the week we started to walk back to Lindfield Circuit (on the path heading into the estate we nearly got taken out by a huge falling branch which was pretty crazy, we heard a loud noise above us which was the branch breaking off and it crashed to the ground just behind us)! We took Minnie and Maisie for a walk around the block when we got back which was ...
Left to catch a tour boat early morning up the Noosa river. Our tour guide Andy, a New Zealander who was very knowledgable of the local surroundings. Through the swamp land, mangroves and large lakes, to out first stop of place for tea and biscuits. Large Mosquitos soon began swarming, as we tucked in to our morning tea. Keen to get away from the blood sucking pests. We jumped on a canoe with the three siblings in one. And pops and mam ...